Maureen Cummins has cranked presses from California to the Eastern Arctic and produced over 40 limited edition artist books. Her books are based on subject matter as diverse as slave narratives, the Salem Witch Trials, turn of the twentieth-century gay love letters, and records from McLean Hospital, the oldest psychiatric hospital in the United States. As part of Swarthmore College’s Friends, Peace, and Sanctuary project, she was one of five artists working with Syrian and Iraqi refugees to tell their stories. Cummins currently lives and works in Woodstock, N.Y.
Watch Maureen’s Maine Media Alumni Lecture
- 10 Books in 5 Days
- In Edition: Master Class & Developing Artist’s Books with Content